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on what is and not considered a change of copy and go through some of the suggested changes that he lined out in his letter. that changes be permit ted for signs that are blocking light and on the visual environment of the community, window signs which compromise transparency, and the different types of signs like that signs that are not on landmark buildings and historic districts and the recommendation that we can continue to make sure there is compliance in that respect. and the signs that have architectural merit and there is ability with this definitely and when it comes to illumination that there is now in the suggestion that there is when there is a change of illumination there is not a change of copy but change in the level of illumination, the kind where it's director internal and all of these things to make sure there is really appropriate conditional use, if there is community input, that there is the full chance to have a hearing and approval by commission appeal to the board of supervisors and appropriate other appeals of structure and increasing in forcing and these are trea
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a draft policy you can change that. >> i have a couple comments. there is a process that exist today and it works. so regardless of whether or not we adopt this process, project sponsors can always come back and ask for extension. so even if we adopted this and a project didn't opt in they could still come back and ask for an extension with a hearing, correct? then there is a separate conversation about whether or not 3 years is the correct number of years, we are not talking about that today. in january there is a proposal for extension for 6 years. if that is a conversation to have in the future, i would like to see really robust research in terms of data and the process of how the years were determined. so i think we are not quite ready for that conversation yet. i want to reiterate that. so as far as the the tightening of the language it mirrors what they are already doing, it just makes it a little bit more clear that project sponsors don't have an entitlement after 3 years. as for the program i am open to the idea of some sort of stimulus program that present offered by
uc where we've made some modest changes. the changes are before you i'm happy to answer any questions >> commissioner any questions on the item? i'd like to move it >> the items been moved is there a second? >> second. >> all in favor say i and my apologizes again. >> i remember when this came before the commission there was some discussion it was finally adopted but there are i couldn't typically the difference were. i'd be interested in what the changes are and in the further i'd like appreciate this information but i've got no objection it the item >> we did submit tract versions. >> it's been moved and seblthd is there any further public comment? >> all those in favor? >> the motion carries madam secretary next item. >> item 12 the results and updated timeline. >> good afternoon commissioners barb. today's presentation will brief you on the results of our customer poll. the poll concluded and we're here with our consultant from f m-3 dave will tell you about that. for our last two polls that we concluded with the report and we're also the first name that provided custom
tonight. their main concern is actually the traffic situation. the change of child care facility from 15 to 45 kids is tripling the capacity of that facy. there is no parking, there is no loading zone. and, you know, it's changing the church from a church to a day care center to a school. and as i understand there is no staff to manage the drop-offs and pick ups. the neighbors have concerns. they would normally expect outreach about this part of the project and this change to this facility. they would expect a traffic plan. they would normally expect somebody to supervise pick ups and drop offs. james lick, a school up the street, has crossing guards and has a lot of problems with traffic and the interaction of children and the cars around there. there should be some way especially to prevent the back up of the cars which will line up in front of the school to drop off from backing up onto clipper street. clipper street to the locals is known as the clipper freeway, and since i have three accidents to contribute to that opinion, it can be a very dangerous street in the morning. should th
these projects are and i'm just making this up in an area where we have large major changes in the downtown area like the district plan. we have projects which were an approved in the absence understanding what that means altogether. i think we need to look at these projects again, bring them back and decide whether or not their physical appearance architecture and do and don't do the district what we want. the district boundaries are only lines in the sand. they don't mean anything because in the end everything has to work together. i would try to distinguish by location, size of project and understanding as to whether or not they are 8 years, 5 years or 3 years over due. the one thing i'm very concerned about and that's i would personally like to verify, if a title has been sold, in 9 percent of the case, they would have to come back to this review. the projects that are approved mostly are today being sold on the appearance of architecture and on the elusion that we see it explained here. that's not the case. i have witnessed on my time projects are flipped and a new architecture and they w
~ request for change has happened. as you request for further outreach, this additional engagement and iterative changes certainly did happen. next, you requested to consider extending the appeal period. this change has been considered, but has not yet been made uniformly. what has changed is where appeal noticing requirements have been met, the appeal where they have not been met, the appeal window would be open, meaning there is requirements and if you don't meet them, the clock doesn't start running. what has not yet changed is uniformly extending the appeal window for all appeal types. the proposal is at 20 days. today we're going to ask you to ask the supervisor to continue extending that to 30. and lastly, the commission asks for clarity as to the trigger for the appeal window. this is now been definitively defined. the window for appeal would begin at the first approval action and depending on the type of projects. for exemptions of private projects, the first approval would either be at a publicly noticed hearing by the planning commission or the zoning administrator and th
? is a good question to ask because wild times and technology in many species have changed since president reagan was in office, the important fundamentals, does this speak to where we as americans have not appeared every part yesterday yesterday, governor jeb bush understands this. it's one of the reasons after having left the office about six years ago he remains an extremely horrid national loosen the republican party. as we prepare to welcome the governor to this stage, let's first take stock of use that we know were of vital importance to ronald reagan and scrape them up against the word indeed as jeb bush on the same critical topics today. what are the fundamental issues? must begin with tax. we know ronald reagan spent much of his life trying to cut for the average american. he was convinced it is the man or woman on the street didn't understand their dollar more wisely than the federal government. when governor jeb bush was in office, he cut taxes some floridians $20 billion. let's talk about the size of government. when matt mccomas in the wake has house come he to medically reduc
change -- votes are being counted after zimbabwe's referendum, which could change the way the country is governed. live pictures of st. peter's square for the first mass given by the new pope. is doubt over whether a controversial bailout for cyprus will be passed by the nation parliament -- the nation's parliament. trying tobeen withdraw as much cash as possible because they may soon have to pay up to 10% of their savings to the government. this is one of the conditions that has been set up by the eurozone, part of its $13 billion rescue package. the proposed bailout has sparked outrage. one account holder has threatened to knock down the bank with a bulldozer. people have been pulling out as much of their savings as they can before the agreement goes into effect. the situation is unacceptable. they have deceived the people by saying they would not touch the deposits. >> why should they take our money? i cannot understand this. we work and we deposit our money for our own purposes, and they come to take our money. this is unfair. >> for a look at how this is going to work -- people w
are they changing the us and how is the us changing them? >> hinojosa: so, results of the 2010 census. we're now talking about latinos being more than 50 million? >> that's correct, 50.5 million were counted in the 50 states plus the district of columbia. and when you include the island of puerto rico, you get about another 3.8 million latinos. so the hispanic population of the u.s. has grown tremendously, by about 43% over the last decade. and that growth alone actually has accounted for more than half of the nation's population growth, so when we talk about us population growth, most of it was because of hispanic population growth. >> hinojosa: i did this test actually with some people who are not experts on latinos and i just said, "think of the state that over the past decade has had the largest percentage growth of latinos." and the first thing that people said, california, texas,ell, you know, because we have these numbers out, that actually the number one state of the largest latino percentage growth was... >> south carolina. >> hinojosa: south carolina. and after south carolina... >> ala
punishment across the country is once again heating up, but can we expect another change in california. nbc bay area political analyst larry gerston joins us next. >> a quick live view of san francisco. you can see mostly clear. we're watching increasing high clouds out of a chance of rain in the seven-day forecast and we'll look at that when we come right back. >>> just four months after the presidential election we have results of the first straw poll from the 2016 republican presidential contest. believe it or not, the poll was taken at cpac, the conservative political action conference near washington. kentucky senator rand paul came out on top of 25% of the vote. he was then followed by florida senator marco rubio with 23%. the gop is wrestling with how it will recast itself to connect with voters. >> the face of the republican party needs to be the face of every american and we need to be the party of inclusion and acceptance. >> we don't need a new idea. the idea is called america and it still works. >> donald trump, jeb bush, mitt romney and paul ryan all spoke at the conference, bu
things have changed since president reagan was in office, some important fundamentals, those who speak to who we are as americans, have not. i believe that our guest today governor jeb bush understands this. and it's one of the reasons that after having left office just about six years ago he remained an extremely important national voice in the republican party. as we prepare to welcome the governor to the stage, let's first take stock and a handful of issues that we know where of vital importance to ronald reagan and square them up against the words and deeds of jeb bush on the same critical topics today. what are the fundamental issues? we know ronald reagan spent much of his life trying to cut taxes for the average american. he was convinced that it was the man or woman on the street who knew how to spend their dollar more wisely than the federal government and he did all in his power to prove it by cutting taxes. governor jeb bush was in office he cut taxes on floridians by $20 billion. let's talk abut the size of government. ronald reagan was in the white house he dramatically re
on the house budget committee, chris van hollen of maryland. then the future of the gop and a senator's change of heart on gay marriage. is it the beginning of a changing tide in the party? wisconsin's republican governor scott walker weighs in. >>> from nbc news in washington, the world's longest running television program. this is "meet the press" with david gregory. >>> and good sunday morning. a busy first weekend for the new pope. meeting the press yesterday for the first time, and this morning an impromptu appearance near the vatican, greeting surprised well-wishers before delivering a brief homily at the vatican's small parish church. and then moments ago before a large crowd gathered in st. peter's square, pope francis gave his first weekly blessing. and another first this morning. his first papal tweet. "dear friends, i thank you from my heart and i ask you to continue to pray for me." joining us this morning from rome, cardinal francis george of chicago. your eminence, welcome to "meet the press." >> thank you, david. good morning. >> i want to begin by asking you what you think pope
that it actually changed people's lives and that it actually changed the culture. it's also come under criticism more recently, um, for not -- for only reflecting the lives of a very small group of people, for not talking about working class women who had no choice but to work all along and not talking about people of other sexual preferences who may have already found themselves kind of askew or outside of conventional life. but what i want to do today a little bit is talk about, um, the ongoing power of this classic. and i recently taught this book to my undergrads at nyu who, a couple of whom are in this audience, who do not ever hesitate to tell me if something is boring, irrelevant, dated, no longer worthy of their important attention. [laughter] so it was actually kind of amazing to me that in this class, the class really came to life, and the books sort of spoke to them, um n really interesting ways. so i want to talk about the new feminine mystiques that are oppressing us still, and i want to talk about the old feminine mystique and whether it still oppresses us. and, you know, it's very
themes. marco rubio says we don't need to change anything except the candidates. we need to have candidates who better articulate what we've been saying all along. that's going to be the fight in the party. >> i've always asked this question. when you get your butt kicked in an election you really thought -- ann romney is probably an okay person. she thought she was going to win. they really thought, i didn't know who was going to win. i didn't know who was going to win. it was that close. the democrats had a better ground game, obviously. a better social network event. it was close enough to grab. like a football. the receiver is that close. it's in his hands or right there. he should have caught it. it's not the quarterback's fault if that case. here's the question. if they blew it, is their tendency to go hard right with this guy, rand paul, go to paleoconservatism, no more wars. >> that has never won. even when they've gone conservative, when they went to ronald reagan after ford lost, he was not a libertarian. he was sort of a movement, traditional movement conservative who
it changed their lives, had a huge impact on that diocese, but pope benedict wasn't as extroverted. he was a kind man, a shy man, and he wasn't used to showing that in public, and this man is a pastor, first and foremost, he spent all his life being close to people, especially the poor, close to his own brothers in his religious society and also to the people he served in a large diocese in very difficult times, so he's a man of integrity, and that signs through even when he has to say this isn't what christ wants, he says it apparently in a way that people can at least hear it even if they don't agree with it. that's an important pastoral node i hope we'll learn from in the years to come. >> as a management matter, as a crisis management matter, what does pope francis do to come to terms with sexual abuse in the church that begins to close the chapter for the church? >> well, i can't close that chapter, none of us can, as long as there are victims b s becausu to have accompany them, if they're willing to accompany them, but we have to keep doing that. as far as the scandal itself, eve
we feel in our deep frustrations with the crying need for change and reform of c-e-q-a. it is repeatedly used against proposals that embody our best principles of sensible land use and appropriate urban infill. this is not a theoretical harm. the abuses that used in c-e-q-a's name raise risk and uncertainty which makes good projects take longer and cost more to build. these costs have to be passed somewhere. the price of spurious appeals is to make san francisco's housing in the words of ed glaeser, scarce and expensive. supervisor wiener's c-e-q-a proposal is not the first pass at this. over the last 10 years, supervisors fiona ma and machaela alioto-pier tried unsuccessfully to make similar changes. we want to remind you supervisor wiener at this commission's request last year, delayed the proposal months to conduct yet more outreach to the community. more changes were made to it. but we finally have to acknowledge that in spite of this, there are some folk that simply will never bend or compromise on this. in the history of san francisco, there's never been eno
actions for the first 100 days of the papacy. they said this is an opportunity for significant change. >> we're a single issue group -- this sounds probably dreadfully self-serving to say, but we really do believe that there's nothing on the next pope's plate that's more pressing than the safety of the most vulnerable members of his flock. >> reporter: they said without new action, the abuse crisis will continue to widen around the world. >> because this is essentially like a cancer that's eating away at the very soul of the church, we believe, and unless the pope really takes quick strong moves to turn things around, the future, especially for children in the church looks very grim. >> reporter: other advocates hope for breakthroughs on their issues as well. as pilgrims were awaiting the sight of white smoke from the sistine chapel, a coalition of women's groups raised some pink smoke above the vatican. they called for an expansion of female leadership roles in the church, including ordination in to the priesthood. >> we would like to see some dialogue. pope john paul ii closed dialo
will be smiling tomorrow as well as the forecast looks terrific. get ready for big weather changes next week. we'll have the >> carolyn: police have released the name of map accused of stealing a taxi yesterday and ramming it into a police car. peter russell was arrested on suspicion of carjacking and assault against a police officer. police say russell jumped on to the hood of the taxicab, shattering its wished. when the driver jumped out, he jumped in and drove away. when police tried to intervene, russell rammed the police car. >>> protesters vietnamizeed banks on franklin avenue last night, and shattered a large window at the transcribe bound -- tribune tower. >> san jose police are still looking for one suspect in a violent purse snatching. police are looking for january 000 rios, his sister was arrested on thursday. police say joseette punched and kicked the victim after she got off the light rail frame. both suspects then ripped the purse from the victim and ran away. >> new concerns about contaminated soil at moffet field. >> celebrating the irish around the bay. the big parade and the p
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the possibility -- a required change in the plan, but would require the two -- excuse me, the plate, is that the two buildings were connected. i mean, i don't know if that's the possibility. it would require some change in plans and some physical enclosed space connecting the two. it would require a variance. that's another hearing, but it's not a dr. >> i would rather -- i make a motion to take dr and i think instruct the zoning administrator to find a way so that the project sponsor can move the kitchen to the front building without mandatory dr, without it being considered the loss of a -- what was it, the loss of a dwelling unit removal. >> second. [multiple voices] >> wait. >> one second. >> can i make a suggestion that maybe you take a motion of intent to allow findings to come back to you that may satisfy the mandatory discretionary review findings? >> yes. >> that way the action you take will be a discretionary review and you will be adopting findings that are specific to a mandatory -- [multiple voices] >> we'd have to have another hearing. the matter could be placed under
is being asked to say change the findings and that's substantial. if any public addition is making a decision where you first have to adopt findings about the decision that you're making. and >> i don't know of any ail notice requirement. in our experience with p u c projects we adopt the projects when we take a subsequent action. the notice for that is the notice for the commission meeting the findings are embedded in our resolution which is posted in the library. and there's to my knowledge there's no additional requirement for the department to notify so i don't see with the commission acts i don't see that they didn't follow their protocols. >> the other question is what does this have to do with the action we need to take today? >> we've been working with the developer and the port to look at what options that their presenting so we make sure that we protect our infrastructure and so some of the scenarios that they brought forward, you know, we were addressing some of the concerns and so it's sort of a catch-22. they don't design exactly what they want it's sort of still unk
will harm average americans, drive up unemployment, change america permanently in negative ways and on the other hand will be supported by businessmen who will never vote for a republican anyway? as far as i can tell you that republican talk radio and tv shows will vote for it. there's many consequences to amnesty but if amnesty goes through then america will become california and no republican will ever win another election. [applause] richard nixon and ronald reagan will never elect another republican. want see why democrats amnesty why on earth is marco rubio and these bushes pushing for it. they are panicked and demoralized after the last election. stop panicking republicans. liberal writing the obituary of the republican party right now remind me of new homeowners at the height of the housing bubble. people announce their complete triumph moments before their crushing defeat. our job -- our job is to ensure democrats have that crushing defeat. thank you and ill take some questions. [applause] >> go ahead. >> do you believe that chris christie should have been invited to cpa
brainwashing and a similar thing to changes. most of us are used to lecturing, and i'm like that myself, but online lecturing is real dull and boring and we know for a fook if you compete with lecturing or facebook, facebook will end up winning. we make your material to the student and rather than telling the solutions, let them find solutions themselves and when that works it becomes more like a video game than a regular lecture. >> sebastian, can we take about some of your side projects for just a minute. google glass is going to hit the market very soon. everybody is talking about it, and you made it. you invented it. you are a team. you're going to say you're part of a team. >> there's a fantastic team that was all involved. >> people love talking about it. >> i had the fortune to learn from the best, and i would say larry is part of my inspiration, and what they do really well is look at something and say what is the fundamental game shifting and we understand computation closer to people and they would say, look, this wouldn't be in your pocket, should be much closer. brain implan
't be against everything, they can't be against the changes coursing through american society and the world that voters can see with their own eyes. >> and this conversation primarily talking about the campaign going forward to 2016. what about the here and now? does this mean a change in the way the party deals with the president, for example? >> that's an interesting challenge as well. as they fight president obama on specific issues, they have an overarching problem to deal with, they're identified as the party of congress. they need to show congress can function. the most obvious sweet spot for them appears to be the issue of immigration which marco rubio tellingly did not talk about at cpac. >> john harwood, good to have you on, thanks. >>> on a highway in pennsylvania today, a charter bus carrying a women's college sports team veered off the road and crashed into a tree, killing two people on board and leaving a community in deep shock. nbc's michelle franzen has more on that tonight. >> reporter: the first images of a mangled charter bus after it crashed saturday morning along the pe
it deep thought and change the venue of that project. put it on the land where it belongs and let the water fronts thrive with beautiful views that we all worked so hard to do. thank you. item 9 a request authorize to advertise for construction contract 2761 blue green signage. >> second. all in favor? aye. >> resolution no. 1305. >> item 10 a, a contract for installation of public art on pier 92 located on am dor street. >> good afternoon, commissioners, david with planning and development. pardon me one second while i pull up the presentation. i also want to take a moment to introduce justin from the san francisco commission who is helping facilitate this project. she's sitting in the back. as amy mentioned we are requesting approval for a contract for the artist group for the project which is located on creek at pier 92 just north of am dor street. the grand silos were originally constructed in 1971 which is the taller set and they have not been used for cargo imports or exports since the late 1980s. with that the port and commission and staff utilizing the water front and com
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for sierra lamar's return. >>> plus, signs of change for the catholic church as pope francis prepares for the first sunday blessing, and good evening, i'm ann notarangelo. we start with developing news out of yuba county. races are called off tonight after a deadly crash at the marysville raceway park. authorities say at least two people were killed when one of the cars lost control and slammed into the pit area. the victims were a 60-year-old man and a 14-year-old boy. according to the "sacramento bee" the driver was a 17-year- old from petaluma high. this is not the first deadly crash at the marysville raceway. in 2010 the driver of a big rig dried during the raceway's, first ever big rig race. >>> and nascar officials are reviewing after the crash last month. it sent parts of the car through an overlocked gate and into the stands. 30 fans were injured there. >>> well, a night of celebration for a long time brook lee institution was interrupted by violence this morning. two staff members were shot during the robbery at the ashkenaz community music and dance center. kpix 5 reporter d
mentioned is not a change to policy, it's not a change to our practice, it's merely rearticulating what we are doing now so there is more certainty and clairity of process. also this does not limit your discretion. as today should you review a project that you feel -- you can impose a specific timeframe. so, to be clear, the policy would apply on the in the absence of the specific direction from you. now, before we discuss the second policy, it's helpful to look at some framing statistics. before i put this on the screen i want to stress that these are as accurately as we can make them but very generalized. in the last 8 years you approved about 190 physical developments that are not mandated for conditions of approval. why did we choose 8 years? because it was earlier than 2005 which were the first of the 3 year performance period was touched by the recession. we are targeting recession impacted projects only. out of these projects, 85 are now under construction or complete. an additional 15 have permits to begin construction. lastly we are looking at 90 projects that do not have permits
. and a needle exchange. those are things to be addressed by the police and by changing the service environment. not by bringing in a lot of bars. i would like to suggest. and south knob hill where i was living for some time. we had an influx of drug dealers and prostitutes and all that. but they didn't solve it boy -- by putting in bars. the bars brought incredible problems. it's definitely a bridge and tunnel, plus youth from all over the city. like i said the ones coming in on muni. there are buses parked illegally all over. >> thank you, i appreciate your comments. i am trying to get to the heart of the matter for those who have problems with it. but my general feeling there is probably a distinction because i am more familiar with union and chestnut. and i would think they have a higher incident of young people. that live in the area. but that's not the real issue here. i think we have to look at this zoning and make sure it doesn't make the situation any worse. but it also maybe gives us more controls. i am generally supportive of staff recommendations here. but i just wanted to get an id
, what i make of the change in strategy, the republicans called his bluff and let the sequester happen and the sky didn't fall. a couple of things did happen his approval rating dropped 12 points among women and the handling of the economy is a dead heat with the republicans. he doesn't have to run for reelection again, but a lot of democrats do and if you're a democrat who needs to get reelected you're getting very nervous and i think the democratic elites in washington have conveyed to the president this isn't working. you've got to do business with these people. >> paul: do you think it's cosmetic, rhetorical or do you think it's actually sincere? >> well, if it were deeply sincere, it would suggest a sea change with the president and i don't think that anyone is running around washington saying, my god, do you believe how he's changed? it's called a charge offensive and that's a weird name for this. he's not being especially charming and his own white house seems to find it somewhat offensive that they have to deploy him out to talk to crazy republicans. >> there was a background g
't hear that every sign. >> we talked about the zone administrator too. take advantage of the changing copy it would be approved by the zoning administrator. >> by the department. >> it has to be permitted. >> one of the options which is administrative copy. the difference would have to a planning commission for each and every sign that wants to change copy on a non-conforming sign. >> i would not be supportive of a hearing. there is enough protection from staff with the permitting process that would apply with those signs that might fit that category. >> i would be happy to talk about how this would be implemented and discuss that further. >> i think i will leave that to the department. bull butt i believe it goes to the process of staff and the head of current planning. commissioner moore, >> could you repeat is it staff working or supervisor working? the originator of this legislation? >> the supervising staff. excuse me, i apologize. >> commissioner moore? aye, commissioner wu? aye. this motion passes unanimously. next item is no. 10. an ordinance that would amend >> as you see
. >>> this tuesday, marking ten years since the start of the iraq war. has our opinion of the conflict changed since then? we've got a new poll for you that shows time may not heal all wounds. >>> and the carnival legend is back in tampa after technical difficulties. it is the latest in a series of problems for the beleaguered carnival cruise line. es around the world that sell stolen identities? >> 30-year-old american man, excellent credit rating. >> announcer: lifelock monitors thousands of these sites 24 hours a day. and if we discover any of our members' data for sale, lifelock is there with the most comprehensive identity theft protection available. [♪...] [squealing, crash] call 1-800-lifelock or go to today. >>> a deadly scene at a northern california racetrack last night. there was an accident during warm-up before the race began. a 68-year-old man and a 14-year-old boy were killed when a car lost control and slammed into the pit area at the marysville raceway. the race announcer described what he saw. >> when i saw people running so rapidly towards that area i thought it was
're gonna be looking at achievement by el pathway. so it's important to look at change because [inaudible]. and so we're going to look at achievement or growth from english learners and we're going to look at two different sets looking at the [inaudible] and then the cst. so this graph is looking at second graders in 2009, 10 and what's happening is they are -- we're looking to see which students are matched from second to third grade and what percentage of these students are made growth on the self on the california english [inaudible] so in the dark blue we have the [inaudible] pathway and in the green you can see the percentage of students who are made growth. then the same cohort of students -- what percentage of those students made growth. so this is something schools are able the look at. same graph, but this time we're looking at spanish speaking english learners. we have [inaudible] pathway is in green so again, it's the same -- looking at growth so you can see here that there was 64.5 percent growth in spanish biliteracy [inaudible] also in third. these next two sets of gr
that is going to change some. there are going to be some people who see us, see me in particular as having taken sides. so i often get asked why did you do this? and i think the fact is for both of us we spent 40 years building some capital and a reputation and they're comes a point you feel like you need to use that capital because the stakes are too high, the consequences are great, and we both believe that we are had a really critical point in this political system. we face huge problems in the country. short term and long term. and if we are going to leach the system of problem solvers and in up with people who say things like richard murdock, the new republican nominee for the senate in indiana said yesterday which is my idea of compromise is on the move to accept my position. if that is how we are going to be faced with making policy decisions that are going to be very tough and painful for americans as all major changes in social policy whether the expanded government or contract government do they disrupt people's lives almost by definition and you can't make that work and create a sense
francis. i will tell you, the whole world is changing. and thank god for it. >> eric: just absolutely amazing. you served from 93 to 97, there in the vatican, under the clinton administration and you knew pope john paul ii. and you know and have met pope francis. what other parallels are there? do you think this will be a new, invigorated church because of this election? >> i love the simplicity, the humility of pope francis. we have heard some of those things recently in the short period of time he has been pontiff. but those of us who have been around the vatican for a number of years know him and knew his reputation. his reputation was exactly what he is talking about today. impromptu, sim policeic, but profound statements about forgiveness and connecting with people, particularly, eric, connecting with the poor. whoa! that is really sensational. because that's the principle foundation of the catholic faith, social and economic justice. for those of us who have been in politics many years, that's where we cut our teeth, on the catholic teaching of helping the poor, social and econo
people, all that changed with the first part of the book but to show what we meant to the country. a couple that i will talk about briefly, a book was written that was about a russian submarine that went down in the northwest pacific and the russians did not know where the hell it was and could not find it. the u.s. knew exactly where was and wanted to recover it because code books were important and technology was important. there is a meeting in my apartment in new york this the day and a of the howard hughes they had to build the vessel with a hole in the center to scoop up the sub but what if the russians decided would fire on it? we could not bring it to hawaii. they had to find a pacific island tenuous position -- possession and build the pork. we provided the insurance not many companies would have the vision to have the underwriting skill to take on a project like that i was in hong kong with the board meeting of aig and i had a call that the "l.a. times" had broke the story. obviously the did not provide the intermission we had even if i got technology at of it. here is o
st century so far, i itemized some of the incredible impressive changes just in the last 12 years, 12 or 13 years that have moved our society continuing in the direction of more social justice and more democracy. as you wil all know, martin lutr king had this great phrase, at the arc of history is long, but it bends towards justice. but what he did notice that somebody has to bend it. somebody has to take responsibility for moving the arc towards justice. the people that are wrote about in my book are the people who were the vendors of society. let me tell you about a few of them. then draw some lessons and give your quiz. i was in milwaukee about three or four months ago giving a talk at the university of wisconsin in milwaukee, and one of the great heroes in my book is a guy named victor berger. victor berger was the first socialist congressman, elected from milwaukee in 1911. and while he was in milwaukee he organized the labor movement and the socialist party take over the city government. they instituted some incredible changes which other cities replicated all over the country.
and that has to change for the program to be here done the road. but, look, chris. i think republicans, if they saw true entitlement reform would be glad to look at tax reform that generates additional revenue. and it doesn't mean creeping rates, it means closing loopholes. it also means arranging our tax system so we have economic growth. and i think we have been saying that from day one. >> chris: well, senator durbin, i heard some give there from senator corker. let me ask you: are senate democrats willing to make serious cuts, reforms to entitlements, if you get added tax revenue? and what do you think of the prospects for a grand bargain. >> chris, let me tell you, i think bob gave an honest an constructive answer. really, what he articulated is what he did in the bowles-simpson commission and i want to thank him for that, patty murray has done an extraordinarily good job and we will move to the next stage, the grand bargain stage and the president is trying to set that up, sitting down on a bipartisan basis, not eliminating medicare, as i'm afraid the paul ryan budget would do bu
thing to do every year. learn the changes to the tax filing. they could have gotten this right. >> i don't know, look at how complex the last changes in taxes the deal that president obama made with congress. just made it even more complex. how can anybody get through it? >> that is what happens when you have government spending. a more complex tax code to collect for it. what i'm worried about is what health reform it is doing to the tax collect 84s. the irs. turning the irs into america's museum of mass confusion. take a look at what the the treasury inspector general for tax administration said about the problem. he is so worried about the irs being at the breaking point. unprecedented in recent history the amount of responsibility irs now given in an area meaning health reform that most people don't think of as an irs problem. he said this will lead to problems. >> mark, isn't the irs just becoming too big? >> the irs is too big but a flat tax isn't going to solve our problem. it is really a reverse robinhood approach and will increase the income inequality between middle class and r
20 years ago. >> we need change, we need something to happen in this case so it's in the hands of the d.a. to make that happen now. >> reporter: today, volunteers as they still do every saturday set out on another search at a nearby reservoir. but still no sign of sierra. >> some nights are sleep good, some nights i won't sleep hardly at all. >> reporter: do you see her in your dreams? >> yeah. i've had many of those, yeah. wake up crying. >> reporter: the emotional day ended with a fund-raiser in fremont where sierra was born and raised. the girl who's come to be known as everyone's daughter, bringing a community together, and that's keeping her parents as hopeful as ever. >> i want to find her. sierra, back with us. just get back to a normal life. >> when i see her, i'm going to hold her in my arms and just never let go. >> reporter: the money raised today will help keep the saturday searches going for sierra. diane? >> thanks, marla. >>> the man accused of kidnapping and murdering sierra lamar has not entered a plea. investigators say they found antolin garcia torres' dna on
are on lookout for a shooter after a robbery took a violent turn. pope makes a push for a big change to the church philosophy. and a republican sees a fallout in his party after voicing support for same so... [ gasps ] these are sandra's "homemade" yummy, scrumptious bars. hmm? i just wanted you to eat more fiber. chewy, oatie, gooeyness... and fraudulence. i'm in deep, babe. you certainly are. [ male announcer ] fiber one. [ man ] excuse me miss. [ gasps ] this fiber one 90 calorie brownie has all the deliciousness you desire. the brownie of your dreams is now deliciously real. >>> good evening, i'm carolyn tyler in for ama daetz. we have breaking news this evening after a deadly crash at a racetrack in yuba county. two people were killed when a sprint car lost control at marysville race way park east of yuba city. the car slammed into the wall and hit two people. an announcer for the race said one of victim's johnson's 14-year-old cousin. the other victim is 68 years old and owns several cars in the race. it appears johnson's car had mechanical problems. >> tonight police are looki
for it that everyone has had a hand in making suggestions and i'm sure we'll have a number of significant changes coming as we move forward as well. i would like to thank everyone, particularly at port staff because i know how hard everyone has worked and john martin, i know you just put in countless hours on this. but i'm excited to see this area expand and as we episoded up with a park here and absolutely excited about having the park open and expanded. one thing i do want to note with the park that there is an existing park there and i'm pleased to see it. it's almost tripling in size as a result of this project. so looking forward to seeing a very vibrant and interactive park space there. i will say one more time i appreciate a dog run if possible. i think this is an area of the city. many of us have been involved in the changes in almost decades but i think what this project offers is some diversity of businesses and activities in the area. so as one of the members of the public stated, it would be nice to have more restaurants and stores and other things and nighttime activity going on in
temperatures change you may have noticed in most spots. you notice where the yellow is. it's warmer. santa rosa, novato. we talk about livermore, cooler there. hayward a little cooler. upper 70s the highs at the sonoma county airport and gilroy yesterday. 61 half moon bay. clear and mild in morning. sunny and breezy today. if you liked yesterday we can expect again similar high temperatures. the rain coming in by tuesday night. it's out of here, though, by wednesday. here's a look at our setup right now. we've got high pressure off the coast. once again, we'll have the northwesterly winds build in throughout the afternoon. so anywhere from ten to twenty miles an hour. it did get a little breezy yesterday. today a repeat performance. we will have that and the cooler numbers at the coast. elsewhere once again we will see the 70s return. around the state today, lower 50s in the northern sierra with mid-60s in the southern sierra. upper 50s coastside. otherwise look at the 70s returning for the valley. 80 in vegas. 90 palm springs with upper 60s in los angeles. taking you back home, closer to home,
of the obama health care plan and makes dramatic changes to medicare through those changes -- though those changes wouldn't affect current enrollees. >>> at cpac this weekend, rand paul won with 25% of the vote. senator marco rubio was a strong second at 23%. rick santorum was next and then governor chris christie. and ryan is in sixth place. senator paul benefited from his 13-hour filibuster. his dad won the straw pal in 2010 and 2011. >>> sarah palin she still knows how to fire up the conservative faithful at cpac. she urged conservatives to reach out to their friends and neighbors even those who disagree with them. she also rattled off a series of one-liners that had the audience laughing and on its feet. take a listen. >> we can't just ignore, though, that we just lost a big election. yeah. came in second out of two. second position on the dogsled team is where the view never changes and the view ain't pretty. you should have seen what todd got me for christmas. well, it wasn't that exciting. it's a metal rack, case for a hunting rifle to put on the back of a four wheeler. i had to get
way. times change. our principles don't. you don't just have our word on it. you've got our name on it. that's how we run. nothing runs like a deere. discover the full line of riding lawn equipment at or your local dealer. >>. >> jon: it was an extreme contrast of the old and new. the world focused on the small chimney waiting important to a sign. white smoke a new pope was elected and black smoke no pope yet. as pointed out by the conclave chimney's tweet. forget pundits and someone who knows someone that heard, i am the only news outlet that matters. as television cameras watched for the smoke the attention of the cardinals stolen by a seagull on the chimney. why a seagull and not a dove? they went into overdrive giving new meaning. the sistine seagull answered in the tweet. if you see the smoke comes out and its orange send >>. >> gregg: hello. i'm gregg jarrett. happy st. patrick's day. welcome to a brand-new hour. >> heather: the luck of irish will be with you today. topping the news this hour, brand-new information, a major break possibly in the murder inve
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